We can't go on holiday right now Pirates but at some point, we will be able to.
With that in mind, we've compiled an up to date list of countries that have said entry for those who can prove they've been vaccinated against Covid-19 can visit more easily.
Countries with easier entry for COVID-19 vaccinated people:
- Poland: Vaccinated people do not have to go into quarantine (and do not have to present a negative PCR test).
- Lithuania: Vaccinated people (but only if the vaccination was completed 90 days before entry) are exempt from the obligation to quarantine.
- Romania: Vaccinated people (vaccination completed at least 10 days before entry) do not need a negative PCR test to enter the country.
- Seychelles: Vaccinated people (vaccination completed at least 14 days ago) do not have to go into a 10-day entry quarantine, but still present a negative PCR test.
- Estonia: Those vaccinated in the last 6 months (and those who have recovered in the last 6 months) are exempt from the 10-day entry quarantine (alternatively, you can also do 2 PCR tests).
- Mauritius: Anyone who can prove a complete vaccination should soon be able to enter without restrictions (previously 14-day hotel quarantine).
- Thailand: There are considerations to waive the 15-day hotel room quarantine for people who can provide evidence of vaccination.
- Cyprus: From 1 March, vaccinated people should not need a negative PCR test for entry.
- Greece: The country is calling for a uniform vaccination certificate in the EU that enables "free travel". The proposal receives support from Spain and Portugal. Greece has already agreed free travel for vaccinated people with Israel, and an agreement with Great Britain is planned.
- Denmark & Sweden: Both countries are developing a digital vaccination certificate, but want to co-ordinate closely with the EU for the specific implementation.
In addition to the two Scandinavian countries, the international umbrella association of airlines (IATA) is also developing a digital "Travel Pass" in which uniform tests and vaccinations are to be documented.
Please check the relevant countries most up to date entry requirements before booking any travel.